Uncovering the missing Secrets of Magnetism
The missing secrets of magnetism and the geometry of electromagnetism. 20 years of research into magnetism and fields
236 pages 3RD EDITION
Subject: Collective but repetitive. Interesting and recommened
I am not an expert as wheeler claims and seems to be with no real examples of credibility besides high praises of self teachings and collective ideas and well presented his own/"never before seen" set of experiments taken from data and teachings other out of the box thinkers such as Tesla and Schauberger, but being repetitive and claiming your own thoughts as the truth can only go so far especially without no real evidence of credentials except self claimed language translation expert and some form of college education can only go so far especially in an era and hype of "Professors" with a phd in google related searches and minor in Wikipedia studies proficiency.
My personal opinion is I highly recommend this to anyone so they can make their own thesis on this subject and what Wheeler claims to be right. WISDOM is gain through listening and observing not with closed biases of opinions, and if history has taught us anything is mainstream is most always proven wrong and any one should to be given a chance to not only tell but view such a well formulated and calculated chain of thoughts and experiments such as what is in this book. Humanity's ideas should always be reviewed and not shunned by others opinions and piss poor bias reviews like betaraygo and raygooin that isn't only an example of wrongful thinking but a poor example of why humanity is de-evolving and caught in a world of contradictions, miscalculations, and full of holes and paradoxes.
The only negative I have of the author is the repetitive nature with no real or clear example of importance of why we should be thinking about the facts brought forth are the right and correct way of teaching and learning. The only thing I truly obtained is the "stick it to the man/ governmental brain washing" and not why this "Secret" is of so much importance. But with that being said repetition is the only way thoughts can turn to action and action becomes second nature and if the government didnt want a free energy device and went to great links to destroy a reputation of a man(Tesla) who unselfishly wanted to give the world the gift that mother nature is naturally giving with unmetered and no charge then one can only assume what we are taught to believe is wrong and only hinders our ability to advance.
Subject: Absolute Scum
Repackaging by a complete turd.
Learn of Viktor Schauberger and you have the originator of Ken Wheelers plagiarism of Magnetism as well as many of the things he hands people on his Youtube channel that are not original.
With this repackaging comes a severe lack of understanding presented by Viktor Schauberger and the many other things not being addressed when scum like Wheeler pick and choose what to push as their own as they leave so much out.
Subject: Complicated topic
Subject: A New Theory of Everything and Lots of Pain
Ken Wheeler draws upon ancient philosophy and the work of Faraday, Maxwell, Heaviside, Steinmetz and Tesla in formulating the premise that the prime cause for all of the known forces emanate from perturbations of the Ether, which is non-physical and existent in counter-space, that was widely accepted and necessary in the work of the listed innovators and that has roundly been rejected by the advent of quantum mechanics. What follows is an experiential/experimental analysis of the relationship between dielectricity and magnetism as expressed in geometry and interacting forces, leading to somewhat of a definition of both, and their relationship to electromagnetism.
Once established and defined, this relationship is then extended to redefine the nature and observed effects of ferromagnetic, diamagnetic and radioactive elements, conductors (dielectric reflectors), insulators (dielectric capacitors) and superconductors before addressing the toroidal structure of galaxies, molecular bonds, the hydrogen atom, gravity and light itself.
It would therefore be fair to say that the content is an inversion of physics as we know it, but yet accords well with other non-standard contemporary postulates that seek to unite physics with consciousness, science with ancient philosophy, the fractal-holographic view of the universe or even an information-based theory of physics (although I suspect that the author may be as disparaging of some of these proponents as much as Einstein or Feynman). If correct, the work may provide more substance to some of the mathematically abstract and empirically unproven forces or entities that make up our current cosmological view, such as dark energy and dark matter (hypothesised to explain observable effects) and may serve to flesh out the work of physicists and cosmologists in investigating black holes and their effects, amongst others.
A serious drawback in the writing, is the unfortunate tendency of the author to make frequent statements of opposition - many of which lead to contradiction. These are damaging to the core content of the work, which is more than sufficient in quality in both its investigations and findings to be plausible and worthy of serious consideration. Mr. Wheeler's style and approach makes it manifestly clear that he is not an academic, an apologist or a politically motivated physicist with his eyes on a prize. It is also clear that the book has not been edited or spruced up by a publisher. While this may alienate certain readers before the substance of the book emerges, I find these qualities to be indicators of sincerity, both with regards to the investigation and to the frustration felt with the state of established physics. Simultaneously, I am concerned that the author's supposition of opposition can only engender further exclusion from consideration, which is a travesty when considering the amount of work and time that have been committed to this transmission of knowledge.
My conclusion is that this book is of great value to those who are able to cast literary prejudice aside, those who are not too attached to a dogmatic view of physics or its luminaries, those who are comfortable with unlearning (even temporarily) what has become "established fact" and in particular those who seek to act upon knowledge rather than discuss it at length in "appropriate forums". To paraphrase C.G. Jung: "There is no coming to consciousness without pain". This would be just the book for that.
Simplex is indeed a word, but with the context in question, it means "composed of a single part", thus it obviously cannot be "more" or "less" simplex, it can only be simplex or not simplex; it is an absolute value.
Ken is far from concise; he also repeats himself 498498499484 times. Listen to his YouTube channel for proof of that if you find this book unreadable.
When this became about reviewing reviews, instead of reviewing the book, it was pretty apparent what was happening.
I eagerly await an idiot reviewing my review, instead of the book.
Subject: Simplex is in fact a word
But the thing that compelled me to review this, is the down right horrible and blatantly ignorant review of this book by betargayo.
It should be removed, along with the users ability to review books. They start off talking about the Authors lack of mastery of the English language, specifically the use of the word "Simplex" which as far as betaraygo is concerned, is just a funny way to combine the words "simple and complex" well as betaraygo is so found of pointing out the use of google, let me suggest, that he take his own advice and take 5 minutes to google the word simplex and you will find that it not only has a meaning but it is exactly what the author is trying to show you about the geometry of magnets and their fields.
For the record, simplex: In geometry, a simplex (plural: simplexes or simplices) is a generalization of the notion of a triangle or tetrahedron to arbitrary dimensions.
Which if you have even a 12 year olds ability to understand English and comprehend what the Author of this book is telling you, it would become very obvious why he chose this word.
I find it outright offensive that people like betargayo take the time to review topics that are so far beyond their Kardashian level of understanding but can't take the time to even acquire the simple vocabulary required to understand a topic they are reading about.
Perhaps the adjectives used in this book wouldn't be so confusing if, as the author suggests, you google some of the definitions of words you don't understand.
The review of betargayo reflects nothing more than his own failings in life as most psychiatrists would point out based on the fallacies put forth in their review.
Skip the reviews, read the book. It's worth your time.
Subject: Written by an illiterate ignoramus with no real knowledge beyond a quick Google search
He uses somewhat rare adjectives to put forth a point, but the adjectives are often used incorrectly. He talks about something being more or less simplex, but it's not possible to have something more or less simplex, likewise, you cannot be very pregnant. He's trying to sound special by using the word simplex, when really he should just say simple. This seems like a minor point, but he infects many sentences with the wrong adjectives. I think he does it for emphasis and it's also why he repeats himself, and ultimately, I think he knows in his heart that he doesn't know more than the average twelve year old.
The arguments he makes can be summed up into ten sentences. It's a book padded out with fluff content, ad hominem and straw man fallacies. His insults towards his superiors would fill up a book.
It's a strange book, written by an undoubtedly dishonest person with a grudge against those that succeeded in life. It talks about 20 years of research, yet on his photography YouTube channel (search the angry photographer), he speaks as if he's dedicated his life to photography.
Doing five minute Google searches and trying to lecture on the subject does not make you knowledgeable.
Subject: Finally! The cause of observed phenomena!
Is there a way to measure the electron mass directly? We can measure the charge mass RATIO but not the mass alone. Can we set up a circuit where we measure a conducting wire beforehand then flip a switch, have electrons "flowing" in the conducting wire and then somehow trap the electrons in the conductor and measure it afterwards? Is so, wouldn't the wire weigh more?
Why does Einstein general relativity model have an object emit gravity waves as it speed up? Isn't this conservation law violation?
How can one man build coral castle? haha.
Although Mr. Wheeler does not answer these questions directly his theories and experiments prove his model is more intuitive then today's dogma.
You wonder why there's no unifying theory? According to Mr Wheeler nature does not do math. HA!
This book was not an easy read. I will admit my brain had to unload a lot of junk I was taught and that may have inhibited free flow of logical explanations and/or my limited vocabulary in pythagorean reductionist terminology. In any case, I perused the material, re-read many parts that I did not understand. For others that may have the same troubles, I suggest reading this excellent work in conjunction with watching his video channel.
I cannot thank Mr Wheeler enough for leading me into a direction with his model in answering deep questions I've had about physics for a long time.
I am looking forward to any of his future research and any subsequent editions.
May the force be with you Mr Wheeler...
Subject: Ken Wheelers brain splitting masterpiece.
I was finding this book difficult to read at the start mainly because of Mr Wheelers seemingly random and angst filled style of writing, but bare with it because for those people who like me always found both physics and anything above basic math to be contradictory and counterintuitive, the substance of this book is a blessing and well worth the effort.
After 50 years of listening to popular so called scientific explanations that are full of gaping holes, groundless nonsensical assumptions that require unquestioning conformity but, leave one feeling unsatisfied and with the same old "I must have missed something here cos this guy is making NO sense at all" inner dialog, I find this book rewarding to read, the findings and explanations are sequentially and reciprocally self confirming.
Mr Wheeler is obviously very passionate about the dreadful crime that was and still is being perpetrated against us all by the industrial/military/scientific elitists and by the persecution and discreditation of our real scientific geniuses (the list is very long) by the same group and this does sometimes confuse the path he is guiding one along, however a good justified rant can be good for the soul and he really is doing something positive about the strangle hold these people have on Human development by spreading truth and common sense to ordinary people.
So good on him I say.
Subject: Amazing and Harrowing: split rating: 5 stars & 2 stars
However, his text is nearly impossible to read for content because he consistently doesn't miss a chance to cap on the scientists of the day that were endorsed by the industrialists who capitalized on the first, and least efficient applications of electrical-magnetic technology. It is as if he is still fighting the battle to defend clear physical research in the face of the spin marketing of modern physics that was invented then to support the profiteering that is now controlling the world economies of today. Unlike the technology, this side of the argument needs no proof, it is the way our culture works. Social control through propaganda is effective and working. No need to review the history and insult the actors who became famous.
Then there is the constant repetition of the same points, which each time carry a slightly more detailed or descriptive feature of the various aspects of the nature of magnetism and dielectricty.
Certainly when someone is engaging a new concept, some basic familiarity is required before the more complex nuances can be understood. Typically a reader will make the effort to re-read the unclear parts. Ken forces the reader to re-read his declarations redundantly.
This would not be so bad, if he didn't start with a promise to disclose the information cleaning and concisely. For many I would imagine this will challenge their ability to consider Ken as a critical or effective thinker. Having written books on alternative thinking and science, I understand the challenges of putting text together that is contrary to the educational and cultural institutions which taught you to think. I understand the conflict and challenges that have infected Ken's text with distracting topics and compromised prose. It is an internal battle to tell truths that others have been conditioned to ignore. One that either should be addresed separately or dropped altogether if you're actually trying to communicate new knowlege.
For me, it's worth the effort to plow through the fog of redundancies and pot shots at Einstein and the like. Give the guy a break, he was a poor civil employee and took a $1M payoff. Of course he'll change his tune in line with his benefactors. Fame and wealth is very seductive for those who have had to suffer the drudgery of mindless obedience. It has been our choice to follow the BS that is peddled by our learning institutions for the same reasons: get the grades, get the job, pay the bills. Few of us can afford to step up in line with the truth or see the need for major change that challenges the real power of our society.
Hopefully those who can understand Ken's work will push through the distractions because we need this tech, the real tech of the world, to enable a future that we can all live with. This isn't about credibility or who was more right, Einstein or Tesla, it's about finding working solutions for the problems of our time. That's not going to happen if we stick with Einstein's imaginary reality. There's no future in it. We have to look beyond that paradigm, and Ken's holds much more promise.
Keep pressing Ken. You're on the right track. Don't look back so much, what's behind you doesn't concern you.
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